At Chai Lai Orchid, there are a number of different accomodation options available. The one that we went with is a simple hill cottage..
From what I’ve seen around the world, the elephants of Chai Lai Orchid are both bane and blessing for the humble hotel of Chiang Mai.
Another chicken rice? Not just any chicken rice but Michelin Starred Soy Sauce Chicken Rice! Liao...
When you stay at Chai Lai, be prepared to do anything and everything elephants! If you’re not an elelphant lover before, you will be after!
One particular selling point of staying at the Chai Lai Orchid is the elephant morning wake up call that enchanted us upon hearing about it.
Staying at the Rosewood Luang Prabang, if you need the room but are afraid of heights then you can’t go wrong with their Riverside Villa!
There are many choices when staying at the Rosewood Luang Prabang, but I have more fond memories about the Waterfall Villa than the others.
While we were in Luang Prabang, we celebrated my birthday day with a wondeful dinner by the river at the hotel which was AMAZING!
There’s a luxurious Rosewood Hotel just outside Luang Prabang that transports you to a time and place where you can focus on you and yours.
In the hills you’ll find villages of indigenous people who have so much culture to offer. You might even be able to make your own souvenir!
Chai Lai Orchid’s kitchen is actually the Phutawan Cafe across the river from the hotel; Nadia and I personally enjoyed eating there!
During the dry season, Chiang Mai’s water levels can be lower than expected but that doesn’t mean you can’t cool off if you look hard enough.
What if I told you that there was Chai Lai AirBnb in Chiang Mai? That might not sell it for you, but what if I told you there were elephants?
Sa Sa Sunset River Cruise! What a better way to see a side of Luang Prabang that you would have a hard time seeing otherwise.
If you’re looking for coffee in Luang Prabang, make your way to Saffron Coffee flagship riverview store for your cup of joe!
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